Event Ended On: Wednesday December 12 2018
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Breakfast & Networking
The Evolving Capital Stack: Bay Area Debt & Equity Markets
Bay Area Capital Markets: Acquisitions and Dispositions
Coffee & Networking
222 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
Ballroom: Nikko Ballroom, 3rd Floor
Valet Parking: Based on Availability
$15 for the first hour, $5 for each additional 1/2 hr. ($50+ tax Max)
Downtown Center Garage - 325 Mason Street:
$8 per hour ($35 Max)
Ellis-O'Farrell Garage - 123 O'Farrell Street:
$2.50 per hour
Parking Place/Handlery - 260 O'Farrell Street:
$15.00 Early Bird Rate
Ampco Parking/Hilton - 210 Ellis Street:
$13.00 Early Bird Rate
*Prices Subject to Change*
Real estate values are up, debt is cheap and the commercial real estate sector in the Bay Area continues to benefit from an influx of foreign capital, especially from Asia.
Skyrocketing values have some concerned, the Trump administration has been cause for political uncertainty, and everyone has been watching what the fed will do with interest rates. How has this impacted the the Bay Area's
capital markets? At the end of the day, smart investors in commercial real estate can weather any form of economic storm. Come out to
all-star lineup and learn what the experts have to say about the capital markets landscape in the Bay Area. Join us early for breakfast and stay for port event networking. This is not an event you want to miss! Questions, comments, speaker/topic recommendations please email Chris Wainwright at Chris.Wainwright@Bisnow.com.
1) What asset classes are experts most bullish on, and which ones are they most bearish on in the Bay Area?
2) How has private and institutional capital responded to the Bay Area cycle?
3) What are the hurdles owner and developers need to overcome with regard to construction loans?
4) As banks tighten up on lending, which alternative funding strategies are most effective?
5) What is foreign investment targeting in the Bay Area markets?
6) Due to increase equity requirements, how has the capital stack changed, and are firms seeking JV partners more than before?